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Trends Audio launch SA-10(R) loudspeakers

Trends Audio have made the leap from electronics to transducers in announcing the SA-10 ans SA-10R standmount loudspeakers; the difference between the two models being an off-set tweeter position on the ‘R’ version.

Here’s the SA-10:


and here’s the SA-10R:


See?

David Ho, marketing director of Trends Audio quothed thus,“Building incredible-sounding products at reasonable prices has made Trends Audio one of the most respected brands in the audio industry. These SA-10 bookshelf series offers seriously big sound in a surprisingly compact package and continue the Trends tradition of using high quality materials and excellent fundamental engineering to deliver exceptional sound at an affordable price.”

Features:

  • 1″ polymer dome tweeter with neodymium magnet and lightweight
  • Double Magnet structure for shielding and optimised field strength
  • Front mounted bass port
  • Proprietary core inductor used (instead of magnetic-core)
  • 5-way binding posts provide a wide array of secure wire-hook up options
  • High efficiency design allows SA-10 to be driven by unpretentious amplifiers and receivers
  • Low loss rubber driver surrounds for a lifetime of reliable high performance

Both models are available now for US$265 per pair.

Further information: Trends Audio

Written by John H. Darko

John H. Darko

John is the editor of DAR, from whose ad revenues he derives an income. He is also an occasional contributor to 6moons and AudioStream and currently resides in Berlin, Germany.

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One Comment

  1. Don’t get this at all.

    Looks likes my dad’s speakers & only 87db sensitivity. Not exactly the most efficient speakers in town; certainly not efficient enough to be driven by the Trends TA10.

    I love the sound of the TA10, the looks get a (just) pass, but these guys, don’t know, they better sound ‘amazing’ to come through my door with that face. And don’t get me started on the WAF.

    Trends should invest in some serious Industrial Design if they want to make any inroads.

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